This is a great place to come to for a walk or just to sit and enjoy the fresh seaside air with a hot chocolate. There is nothing to worry about accessibility-wise either so you can look forward to a wee trip out to this seafront with your minds at ease. There is an accessible toilet (if it is unsuitable for you, then there is a Sainbury's a 2-minute drive away with an accessible toilet you will hopefully find more appropriate), a couple of carparks, a good and solid tarmac'd path along the promenade, and there are plenty benches to choose from.
Accessible Parking ✅
Accessible Toilet ✅
Play Park ✅
Accessible Equipment in Play Park ❌
Cafe (Tearoom) ❌
The building in the picture below is where the accessible toilet is housed and you require a RADAR key to get in. I will get some pictures of it soon.
Further along the seafront there is a very popular skatepark, I've a seen a few younger wheelchair users going up and down the jumps with the help of their friends. The children's playwark adjoins onto this. I didn't notice any pieces of equipment that are specifically for kids in wheelchairs.